Daily conference room support, and several PM meetings
Audio Visual Project Manager/Technician (Former Employee) – Herndon, VA – March 19, 2018
toughest job to date. learned a lot. Also worked with some not-so friendly management. Learned time management and multitasking. Long drive from home, so commute was rough. Ended up being "sequestered" a few years back. Lessons learned.
Mechanic (Former Employee) – Fort Irwin, CA – March 21, 2018
the superviser is mean picky always find ways to put employs down and over all bad workplace is alright. with the guys and thats alright. but if they dont like you they will be on you for speak for yourself
Training Analyst (Former Employee) – Fort Leavenworth, KS – March 20, 2018
As a leading global security company they are committed to being at the forefront of technology and innovation, delivering superior capability in tandem with maximized cost efficiencies. This includes our markets around the world where we continue to expand our international presence, strengthen our international partnerships and broaden our focus to one that is increasingly global. This is a great place to work.
Business Management Analyst (Current Employee) – Redondo Beach, CA – March 19, 2018
I loved working there but the politics and career advancement of the company is why i decided to leave. A typical day was integrating data that was given from a project manager and providing a higher level view for programs.
Assistant Program Manager (Current Employee) – Colorado Springs, CO – March 19, 2018
For the most part, I have had great experiences as an employee of NG. They have helped significantly with the advancement of my career. Like with all life experiences, there is the occasional bad one, but at NG those are the exception rather than the rule.
HVAC Engineer (Former Employee) – Kansas City, MO – March 17, 2018
I was hired as a contractor under a 5 year but did not even seen the first year. Apparently they did not investigate the criteria and duties of the job, all they saw possibly getting a cut of the profits.
Criminal Investigation Security Director (Current Employee) – Al Dhafra Air Base, U.A.E – March 17, 2018
Working overseas, the hours are long but the pay isn't bad. The management could be a bit better. Seems like no one ever knows the answers when it comes to getting something you really need. Hardest part of the job is being overseas and away from your family.
Systems Administrator (Former Employee) – Schreiver AFB, Colorado – March 16, 2018
A great place to work if you like to compete with your peers. I myself deceided not to stay. Don't need the stress, with an all ready stressful position. Company was very generous with salary and benefits. The best part of job was working and learning with other employees in a new environment. Would recommend this company as it takes care of its people. Just hope you do not run into a leader like I did. Every company has them. I just choose not to play his game!
Executive Assistant (Former Employee) – Redondo Beach, CA – March 16, 2018
Northrop Grumman was a very good company to work for. Advancement was possible. The salary was excellent. I liked the people I worked with. My department supported a Vice President and I worked closely and well with him Executive Assistant.
I felt that the work the company did was important and benefited the United States as a country.
Continuous Process Improvement Project Manager (Current Employee) – Lake Charles, LA – March 16, 2018
Working for Northrop Grumman has been a great experience both positively and negatively. I enjoy what I do but there are some managers that don't need to be managers. I know this is not or should not be the norm but there has been instances where a poor performing manager is promoted and given different responsibilities whereas he or she could have been let go and hired a more competent and able bodied individual willing to put in the time and effort to ensure a smooth running and stable environment.
I can say I've learned what type of manager/leader I want to be by seeing what one should not be.
Program Cost Schedule and Control Analyst (Current Employee) – San Diego, CA – March 15, 2018
My time here has been awful. There is terrible training and a lack of mentorship. I do not have the tools to do my job yet I’m constantly getting more and more work thrown at me. It’s a complete mess and we are putting out one fire after the next. I’m told it’s only my location that’s bad, so I will give the company the benefit of the doubt and say it’s only San Diego, CA.
Joint Fires Observer Instructor (Former Employee) – Lawton, OK – March 15, 2018
Military instruction plan, organize, or direct orientation and training programs for military personnel. Developing constructive and cooperative working relationships with others, and maintaining them over time.
Hours are flexible and travel is great
It's contract work, which could end at the fiscal year